Tag: Expansion of polish business

17
May

15 years of Poland in the European Union

For many people, membership of the European Union is almost normal. However, it cannot be denied that the changes that took place in 2004 had a major impact on all areas of economic and social life in our country in the following years. Membership benefits are undeniable. Just look at the balance of payments and withdrawals from the EU cash register. During these 15 years, Poland received net, i.e. after transfers from EU treaties over EUR 100 billion, i.e. at today’s EUR / PLN exchange rate over PLN 430 billion! To see how big this amount is, just look at this year’s Polish budget, which is PLN 387 billion.

It must also be admitted that Poland, looking generally at all these 15 years, used the EU funds in a satisfactory manner. Initially, there were considerable formal difficulties, even with completing the applications, but over time national institutions gained experience, as well as public awareness in the context of the existence of various forms of assistance from the EU increased, which allowed optimal use of funds. Funds from the cohesion fund were used primarily for infrastructure, including roads and motorways. For example, when we entered the EU, highways were only 500 km, while today it is already 1630 km. Farmers will not complain either. The billions of euros that went under direct payments allowed us to significantly modernize the Polish countryside, breeding and cultivating plants. Exports to the EU have also increased significantly. It increased almost five times.

Poles want to be in the EU, according to surveys, CBOS declares over 90%, and appreciate the benefits of being a member. It is mainly about the growth of the Polish economy and the growing quality of life. More and more Poles also appreciate the role of the European Parliament and thus declare a greater desire to participate in elections to this body.

22
Mar

Bank products in Poland. PeoPay and BLIK app. You pay and withdraw money for free.

Cash is no longer an obligatory wallet equipment. The same fate may soon meet payment cards. Today, all you need is a phone with an application that you can withdraw cash from an ATM and pay in the same way for shopping. For Free.Continue Reading..

08
Feb
02
Jun

Brexit is getting closer. Billions decreases in exports to the islands.

Polish entrepreneurs are afraid of negative effects, and hard data show almost a billion-dollar decline in exports of goods to the islands. The United Kingdom may permanently lose the second position among the main markets for Polish companies.

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15
Mar

Poles will help with the expansion of the Emirati airport. It will be two times bigger than the Chopin Airport.

The Gdynia-based company Sito Poland will provide IT solutions and services for the purpose of the project to expand the airport in Abu Dhabi. The airport will be able to handle 30 million passengers a year.

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23
Oct

Europe is divorced. This is a risk for Polish companies.

It is not the Poles living in Great Britain who will lose the most on Brexit, although it is their talk about them the most. Polish small and medium-sized enterprises that are the salt of our economy will suffer the most.

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21
Oct

The brave entrepreneurs route on foreign markets.

Due to a small group of courageous companies, just over 8 percent. goods exported from Poland goes outside Europe. Will their successes be an impulse for foreign expansion of our economy?

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21
Sep

BMZ Poland has launched a new factory in Gliwice for 9 million euros.

Producing lithium-ion batteries, BMZ Poland has launched a new factory in Gliwice on Monday. The cost of the investment is about 9 million euros. Amount of the workplaces in the company will increase by 50 people, to about 700 employees, and within two years will grow to more than 1000 people.

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18
Sep

Support for Poland from European Union funds.

Value of investment contracts with the use of EU funds exceeded PLN 200 billion, said Deputy Minister of Development Jerzy Kwieciński. In his opinion, the contribution of investment in economic growth will be increasing, over the whole year the investments may increase by over 3%.

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03
Sep